The strangely symmetrical shapes and structures, known as the Yonaguni Monument, are submerged in the depth of the sea, near the coast of the Japanese islan ...
Villa Epecuen, known as the most exclusive tourist village in Argentina, was located some 370 miles (595 km) away from the Capital City of Buenos Aires
Submerged 85 to 131 feet deep below the calm surface of the man-made Qiandao Lake lie the mysterious ruins of the ancient city of Shi Cheng
Located on a small island off the southeast coast of Jamaica, Port Royal was founded by the Spanish in 1494. But for centuries before that, the Native Ame ...
By the 8th century, part of the abundant city of Baia was gradually swallowed by the sea due to local volcanic activity.
Heracleion, said to be the city where Paris and Helen hid before the Trojan War, collapsed and slipped into the sea at the end of the 2nd century BC.